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Review of Bank of Nova Scotia

MAR 19, 2021 - The valuation gap is converging between BNS and its peers, and the dividend yield of 4.6% is the second-highest amongst Canadian banks. We expect continued positive
momentum and maintain an 'A-' rating.

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Q: I live in a city where every other car seems to be a Tesla. I noticed on teslas loan page that they only deal with the three banks mentioned above when it comes to financing.

Will this materially move the needle for any of these institutions in the long run?


Read Answer Asked by dan on July 06, 2022

Q: Hello, CDN Banks are trading at or near their 52 week lows. BNS and CM have a dividend yield of over 5% now. Do you believe, their valuations have reached close to or near their bottom and it makes sense to add, for income and growth, with a time horizon of 5-10 years. If so, what will be your preferred order for these names ? Thanks

Read Answer Asked by rajeev on July 04, 2022

Q: Can you please compare GSY from the Growth Portfolio and BNS from the Income Portfolio. I believe that 5i continues to be very positive about GSY, but in this present economy, BNS looks like a much safer bet to me. GSY seems have about $1.7B in debt, whereas BNS has about 198B in cash or $348 per share. BNS has a forward dividend of about 5.4% and GSY is 3.7%. If you could only invest in either BNS or GSY today, what would you choose for a 5 year hold?

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